This transitional diet is a slow transition to homemade dog food. This slow method helps your dog adjust to new foods. Method 1 transitions your dog into healthy ingredients one or two at a time. In step 1 of this method, we are using just one meat source and one vegetable. Method 2, coming soon, transitions your dog using a full recipe, but adds a small bit at a time. Check back soon for that . . .
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About Dog Food Coach
My name is Sarah Whitman, and I am the founder of DogFoodCoach.com. I’ve been studying human and animal nutrition since 1996. My love and concern for animals was inborn, and is not going anywhere. Put these two lifelong passions together, and you get a strong desire to advocate for dog wellness. That is my goal.
I believe the best dog food is not "dog food" at all. It's real, whole food. With a little practice, you can create a highly nutritious diet that can keep your dog healthy and happy.
How to Feed Dogs Better
I practice what I preach - my dogs have not eaten a kibble based diet in 10 years. Once I started serving real food, I never looked back.
Sarah Whitman, MS